An Alaskan city was left without a police force after its entire four-person department quit, according to local media. Within days, the members of the police department of Sand Point – located on Popof Island east of the Alaska Peninsula – resigned one by one, the Alaska Dispatch News reported. The resignations started last month...
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2013 - EAST TOWN CLEANERS INC.
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